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LAst Night's Action: Clips Beat Jazz the Hard Way

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LA Clippers defeat Utah Jazz 108-104. The Clippers after losing the first game of a back-to-back in Sacramento Sunday night came out against the Jazz with their hair on fire. The Clips inexplicably outmuscled the Jazz jumping out to a 14 point lead in the first quarter. After leading by 10 at halftime, the Clippers fought off every Jazz attempt to tie the game. The Clips would lead by as many as 17 points in the fourth quarter and held a 101-89 lead at 2:39 when Lawler’s Law went into effect. However in the span of 1:23 the Jazz cut the lead down to three threatening to break the law. But thanks to an errant pass by Deron Williams and key free throws by the Clippers, the Clips finally able to put the game on ice. Eric Gordon led the scoring for the Clippers with 24 points, while Chris Kaman (18 points, 14 assists), Drew Gooden (19 points, 11 rebounds) and Baron Davis (19 points, 12 assists) each got double-doubles. This victory marks the Clippers first significant win since they beat the Lakers on January 6.

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